The a-ha song "Hunting High and Low" covered by

"Hunting High and Low" is a song by Norwegian new wave band a-ha, written and composed by Paul Waaktaar-Savoy. It was released as the fourth international and final single from the band's debut album, Hunting High and Low. The song was released in the summer of 1986 and became the third most successful single from the album on the rock charts and one of the band's most recognizable and popular songs. The song didn't chart on the Billboard Hot 100, but charted in Britain where its peak was #5 and in Ireland where it peaked at #4. The album version was produced by Tony Mansfield and is played with synthesizers, the single remix produced by Alan Tarney features an orchestra. The song appears also on their live album How Can I Sleep with Your Voice in My Head. -- Wikipedia

The a-ha song Hunting High and Low was covered by ...

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  • The London Symphony Orchestra has covered the song.
  • Kurt Nilsen has covered it.
  • Poor Rich Ones covered it on a 1999 single.
  • Edyta Gorniak covered it on her 1999 album "Live '99".
  • Coldplay covered it and is included in the fan-made, unofficial 2003 collection, "A Rush of B Sides to the Head".
  • Garðar Thór Cortes covered it on his 2007 album "Cortes" [UK].
  • Alexandre Pires and Ivete Sangalo covered it in Portuguese as "Estrela Cadente" (2008)
  • Christian Fennesz covered it on his 2008 album "Recovery".
  • Songs of Lemuria covered it on their 2008 single "Footprints on the Moon".
  • Tim Christensen covered it on his 2012 compilation "The EP Series - Volume 1: Acoustic Covers".
  • Violara covered it on her 2012 album "Ballads and Love Songs".

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